No boot after over clock warning
Let me be clear to start with, "I don't overclock or have I never over clocked" Thanks. After a battle with a rogue program that had shut all exe files from starting and even cause a blue screen, i decided to format and start over. I formatted the drive last night and today I decided to load XP, when I started the pc I go a warning that overclocking failed and it was going back to default bios. After that I started loading XP and about half way into the process it froze. I rebooted and I don't get nothing, no video, just like a dead motherboard. Could this trojan virus or roque program cause this to happen with the overclocking? Thanks
Quote:Could this trojan virus or roque program cause this to happen with the overclocking?
Well the final conclusion is the motherboard just died. After the xp install froze I rebooted and get nothing. I tested the power supply, replaced the power supply , removed the memory and replaced with new memory, replaced the cmos battery,removed everything from the board that wasn't needed to run,changed video cards, no luck. I called MSI and they agreed the board died ( Really Strange ). I have never seen that before and hope I never see that again. The board in still in warranty and I received a RMA number with in an hour, as a matter of fact I got to talk to a tech in 8 minutes. Thanks